Facebook Chat Smileys and Emoticons

I'm sure lots of you use the well-known Facebook, and I'm sure many of you are familiar with their new little chat system they have put into play. Biggest drawback of Facebook chat is the lack of list of emoticons so we have to guess or remember all emoticon codes we want to use. But with our little Facebook Emoticon you can put list of Facebook emoticons right on your profile page so you can easier use smileys in chat. One thing they don't show, is the CODES to put smiley's in your text. So, I'm going to show them to you.

And don’t forget to tell all your friends!

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Mysterious Code in the U.S. Cyber Command Logo

WASHINGTON (AFP) - 9ec4c12949a4f31474f299058ce2b22a. Not
just a random number, that's a chunk of code passwords listed in the new logo U.S. Cyber Command.

Technology magazine, Wired, challenged his readers to uncover secret codes on the logo which also illustrated the globe, a bald eagle perched on a shield decorated with crossed swords and the thunder and the child is key.

Wired Comments that respond to various kinds of answers ranging from a row of numbers and letters mean one by one until the suggestion to interpret it based on tongue-in-check.

"It is a passcode to enter a WiFi network at their headquarters," writes kmadams85, one reader who tried to crack the code of secret U.S. military agency that.

Many interpret that it is a series of missions to U.S. Cyber Command
dienskripsikan the MD5 hash code. Wired also said on Thursday (8/7) that it takes three hours for a reader to decode it.

U.S. Cyber Command is one of the most sophisticated military facility security system and is responsible for protecting military computer network under the command of General Keith Alexander who also heads the National Security Agency, the U.S. oversight agency that is confidential.

The meaning of these rows of numbers and letters in English, namely:
"USCYBERCOM plans, coordinates, integrates, synchronizes, and conducts activities to: direct the operations and defense of specified Department of Defense networks and information; prepare to, and Pls directed, conduct full-spectrum military operations in cyberspace actions in order to enable all domains, Ensure US / Allied freedom of action in cyberspace and deny the Same to our adversaries."

Source: ANTARA News

Microsoft Office 2010 Operations Guide Released And available for download

Following the General Availability (GA) of Office 2010, Microsoft has provided a range of content designed to streamline the adoption of the productivity suite. “Operations guide for Microsoft Office 2010” is an illustrative example in this regard, with the company offering customers looking to embrace Office 2010 guidance on how to maintain and manage the suite in their organization. Obviously, the documentation is set up to simplify administrative tasks related to Office 2010 after the product has been deployed within an IT infrastructure.

“This book provides information about how to maintain and manage your installation after you have deployed Microsoft Office 2010. The audience for this book includes IT generalists, IT operations, help desk and deployment staff, IT messaging administrators, and consultants,” Microsoft stated.

IT admins will be able to tap a variety of information, including how to maintain and update Office 2010, but also details about the Office 2010 Administrative Template files (ADM,ADMX, ADML) and Office Customization Tool. At the same time, the Redmond company describes various tasks such as applying refreshes to the latest iteration of its productivity suite, but also removing Outlook 2010 in favor of an older version, and even installing and uninstalling languages after Office 2010 is in place.

Tasks such as the management of users' configurations for Office 2010 are also dealt with in the whitepaper, just as the need to modify configurations after deploying the productivity suite. “After you install Office 2010 on users' computers, you can make changes to the installation by using the same tool that you used to customize the installation originally. By running the Office Customization Tool (OCT) and creating or modifying a Setup customization file (.msp file), you can customize the Office installation. For example, you can add or remove features, modify user settings, or add or remove files or registry entries,” Microsoft stated.

Office Home and Business 2010 RTM Build 14.0.4760.1000 is available for download here.

Office Home and Student 2010 RTM Build 14.0.4760.1000 is available for download here.

Office Professional 2010 RTM Build 14.0.4760.1000 is available for download here.

Source: Softpedia News

VLC Media Player 1.1.0 Final for Windows 7

Almost a month after offering early adopters the Release Candidate of VLC 1.1.0, VideoLAN wrapped up and released the final Build of the media player, sporting a wide range of enhancements. Even as early as the RC, version 1.1.0 of the VLC Media Player brought to the table a consistent evolution in terms of performance stability and reliability, but also expanded codec support, and numerous bug fixes. According to VideoLAN, the latest release of VLC is better equipped to dealing with HD content, will deliver a superior audio experience to its predecessors, comes with extensions and web improvements, has more to offer to developers, and is faster and lighter.

As far as HD capabilities are concerned, VLC 1.1.0 now features “GPU decoding on Windows Vista and 7, using DxVA2 for H.264, VC-1 and MPEG-2. GPU decoding on GNU/Linux, using VAAPI for H.264, VC-1 and MPEG-2. DSP decoding using OpenMax IL, for compatible embedded devices. Improved support for MKV HD, including seeking fixes, and 7.1 channels codecs. [And] support for new codecs, like Blu-Ray subtitles, MPEG-4 lossless and VP8,” VideoLAN stated.

The fact that VLC 1.1.0 plays nice with VP8 is a consequence of the introduction of WebM decoding and encoding support. In addition to improved web plugins, the recently released version of VLC also delivers improved streaming capabilities. At the same time, the media player sports new add-ons and script frameworks, which should make it easier for developers to extend the application. VideoLAN also worked to streamline VLC 1.1.0 as much as possible, having boosted the decoding speed by up to 40% especially in HD resolutions. On top of this, the application’s code has been rewritten, and the overall functionality of the media player optimized.

In terms of Audio experience, VLC 1.1.0 now offers “integrated playlist in the Qt4 interface. Multiple views (like album art) in the playlist in the Qt4 interface. Support for AMR-NB, Mpeg-4 ALS, Vorbis 6.1/7.1, FLAC 6.1/7.1 and WMAS. CDDB and CD-Text works now on the Windows port when listening to CD-Audio. Support for DVD-Audio files (.aob). Improved meta-data and album-art support,” according to VideoLAN.

VLC 1.1.0 Final for Windows is available for download here.

Source: Softpedia News

Windows 8: 32-bit vs. 64-bit

The installed base of 64-bit (x64) Windows 7 has reached 46% in June 2010, vs. 54% for 32-bit (x86) Windows 7, according to statistics released by Microsoft. It is clear from the data shared by the Redmond company that end users are starting to choose x64 systems and equivalent Windows 7 editions over older x86 architectures. The software giant underlines that this is an increasing trend, and that it expects 64-bit Windows 7 to become the norm, and 32-bit Windows 7 the exception. Of course, the question now is, what will the future hold for Windows 8?

Microsoft does have a few options. It could of course continue to serve both 32-bit and 64-bit editions of Windows 8, just as it did with Windows 7 and Windows Vista. Or it could drop the x86 flavors of Windows 8 altogether, and produce only x64 Windows 8 SKUs. This would certainly be a bold move for the software giant, but Microsoft is sure not to come to a conclusion in this regard without carefully considering the overall impact.

In June 2010, just 1% of all Windows XP machines were running a 64-bit copy of the OS, and just 11% of Vista computers had the x64 version installed. The vast majority of XP users, 99% are still running 32-bit systems, and the same is valid for 89% of Vista customers.

Only now, a little over eight months since the advent of Window 7, does 64-bit computing appear to be on the brink of becoming ubiquitous, and making 32-bit architectures a thing of the past. x64 processors have been available for a while now, but only 64-bit Windows 7 seems to have gained sufficient traction, in concert with new OEM computers shipped worldwide, to push x86 processors onto their shelve in history.

There already is a precedent. In 2009, Microsoft offered the first x64-only Windows operating system. With the introduction of Windows Server 2008 R2 (Windows 7 Server), the software giant dumped support for x86 processors completely. Could a similar move be considered for Windows 8?

End users are certainly behind the x64 adoption wave. 64-bit platforms and modern CPUs pave the way for parallel processing, mean more RAM (up to 192 GB for Windows 7), better security etc. But it seems that the entire world is slowly arriving to a consensus, as far as 64-bit is concerned.

There are factors outside of Redmond to take into consideration

“OEMs today have fully embraced 64-bit. We have seen many OEMs convert entire consumer lines of PCs to 64-bit only – which can be seen quite a bit today in North America. According to Stephen Baker at NPD, 77% of PCs sold at retail in April 2010 in the U.S. had a 64-bit edition of Windows 7 pre-installed. And businesses are adopting Windows 7 64-bit as well. According to Gartner, by 2014 75% of all business PCs will be running a 64-bit edition of Windows. Intel recently migrated to 64-bit Windows 7,” revealed Brandon LeBlanc, Windows Communications Manager on the Windows Client Communications Team.

“As I mentioned previously, there are more compatible hardware and software for PCs today thanks to the amazing work from our partners (ISVs and IHVs) making their products compatible with 64-bit. Through the Windows Logo Program (the “Compatible with Windows 7” logo today), hardware partners are required to develop 64-bit drivers for their devices and software partners are required to have their applications compatible with 64-bit Windows 7. This groundwork was laid with the Windows Logo Program for Windows Vista and carries through to today with Windows 7,” revealed Brandon LeBlanc, Windows Communications Manager on the Windows Client Communications Team,” LeBlanc added.

Of course it is still too early to ask Microsoft in which direction it will go with Windows 8. And too early for the company to start sharing its plans with the public. The unconfirmed schedule for the delivery of Windows 8 indicates that Windows 7’s successor will be offered in mid-2012. In this context, by the summer of 2011, when the first Beta of Windows 8 should drop, we can also expect the company to reveal whether its next Windows client will be x64-only or not.

There are aspects independent from Microsoft that will undoubtedly influence this decision. If the adoption of x64 PCs and Windows 7 continues at the same rate, then a x86 flavor of Windows 8 will be less likely. But if a high uptake rate works in concert with original equipment manufacturers also dumping 32-bit, and with the ecosystem of hardware and software solutions around Windows shifting the focus to 64-bit entirely, then a 32-bit Windows 8 would simply no longer make sense. It’s worth noting although that just 2 years ahead of the reported delivery date for Windows 8, Adobe still has to produce a 64-bit version of Flash, although the plug-in is ubiquitous, and x64 Internet Explorer has been available for quite some time. And Adobe are by no means not alone.

What do you think? Should Microsoft make Windows 8 exclusively 64-bit, and continue selling 32-bit Windows 7? Or should the company deliver both x86 and x64 flavors of Windows 8, per the Windows 7 and Windows Vista model?

Source: Softpedia News

Windows 8 Has Been Cooking for Over a Year Now

The next iterations of the Windows client and Office productivity suite have been cooking for over a year now. Of course, for the vast majority of this period, the two products have been in planning stage, meaning that no actual coding was done. Still, it is critical to note that Microsoft has started focusing on the evolution of Windows and Office, even before Windows 7 and Office 15 were finalized. Specifically, the Redmond company has been planning the Windows 8 and Office 15 releases.


Ken Johnston, the Group Manager for the Microsoft Office Internet Platform & Operations team, offered proof of this in June 2009. At that time, Windows 7 was in Release Candidate (RC) stage, and Office 2010 was approximately over half a year away from the Beta milestone. And yet, the software giant was already looking ahead, and discussing what was next, after Windows 7 and Office 2010, formerly codenamed Office 14.

More than one hundred senior engineering managers and architects along with a few executives gathered this week to discuss some of the evolving ideas around Office 15 for a one day offsite focused on improving the Office engineering system. One of the key elements of the meeting was to bring in new thinking from outside of the Office organization. The first guest presenter was Mike Kelly who had been part of the Office organization before joining the Microsoft core engineering strategy team Engineering Excellence. In his presentation he shared some really amazing prototypes of new collaboration and build system tools as well as some industry analysis. The second presenter was Craig Fleischman, also a former Office manager who was now working on Windows. Craig presented some of the plans the Windows team has for Windows 8,” Johnston indicated at the time.

Right about now most readers are probably hoping I’ll spill some information about Windows 8 and Office 15 but sorry, I can’t do that. All I can say is that while neither Windows 7 nor Office 14 have shipped, we are hard at work developing plans for the next versions. Craig finally got to a slide about Windows 8 and services,” he added. (emphasis added)

Speculations reveal that Windows 8 might have already hit the Milestone 1 (M1) stage of the development process. Of course, Microsoft is completely mum on the Windows 8 project, and the company is expected to remain that way until the Beta drops, sometime in mid-2011. If all goes well, Microsoft could release Windows 8 around the summer of 2012.

Source: Softpedia News

European Union Urges Transparency existence of UFOs


BRUSSEL - A member of parliament urged EU member states to unlock the secrets of an unknown flying object (UFO).

MPs named Mario Borghezio it gives a reason if society has the right to know about everything related to the objects whose existence is still a pro-contra.

"The EU needs the documents 'X Files' itself, where all people can access information on everything about UFOs, including data held by the military," said Borghezio, as quoted by the Straits Times, Thursday (07/08/2010).

According Borghezio, all governments in the countries of Europe must disclose information, and stop what he called a 'systematic silencing'.

In a data held Borghezio, years ago, the United Kingdom published online approximately 4000 pages which contain about humans meeting with aliens, which occurred during the 1980s until the 1990s.

And during the last three years the British defense ministry has gradually melepaskn confidential information about UFOs, in line with the demands of the Freedom of Information.

Borghezio also said it is important to have a center of scientific research related to UFOs. (Srn)

Source: OkeZone.com

Duel 'Read' JavaScript, Froyo & iOS4 Who Won?

SAN FRANCISCO - Apple and Google has just released a new version of their operating system, ie, IOS 4 and Android 2.2 or Froyo. By the analysis, both OS are pitted ability to read JavaScript. So who won?

Tests conducted by Ars Technica with the V8 and SunSpider benchmark. And the result, in the run JavaScript code in Web browsers Froyo almost three times faster than the iPhone ios 4.

"We compare these findings by conducting tests with Apple's mobile Safari browser on the iPhone 4," explained Ryan Paul of Ars, as quoted from his web page, Thursday (07/08/2010).

"The results showed that the Android device is significantly faster in executing JavaScript than the iPhone, scoring more than three times better on V8 and almost twice as fast on SunSpider," he added.

However, different results shown by Engadget. From their testing, the iPhone iOS4 ahead of Android Froyo thin. However, in tests they pinned the latest Flash Mobile Froyo with version 10.1.

"Of the five versions of sites that we tested desktop to open, three of those sites, BBC News, gdgt and The Onion, iPhones 4 is consistent approximately two to three seconds faster, and the Nexus One (Froyo) of approximately one to two seconds faster when opened the New York Times, "said analsisi Engadget.

The conclusion from these statistics show that Froyo can be significantly faster than the IOS 4, without Flash.

Source: OkeZone.com

Take NASA's Space Exploration Through Game

WASHINGTON - NASA has canceled plans to return to the Moon, but the video game lovers can explore the lunar landscape with a new free online game released by the U.S. space agency.

Game called "Moonbase Alpha" allows players to join the exploration team game in progress at the Moon's south pole with futuristic 3D model.

"In the Moonbase Alpha, you are invited to contribute to become an astronaut working for human expansion and further research," NASA said in explanation of the game, as quoted by AFP on Wednesday (07/07/2010).

Expeditions in the plane suffered damage due to blow the meteor. This is where the adventure will begin immediately.

"With limited by time, you and the team had to repair and replace equipment to restore the production of oxygen into the settlements," NASA said.

To achieve their mission, the player of this game should use the interactive command center, and mobile robotic units memperbaikin. Players also test the dexterity of the right and optimal allocation of resources available, because it is the key to the success of the whole team.

NASA says this game is designed to involve and educate students about technology, employment opportunities and space exploration in the future.

Moonbase Alpha can be played by one or up to six players. NASA said the game was the beginning of a NASA project to develop online multiplayer games.

If interested, the game is available in MoonbaseAlphaGame.com.

Source: OkeZone.com

Start the Bluetooth 4.0 Adopted

WASHINGTON - The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) finally gave permission for formal adoption of Bluetooth Core Specification version 4.0, which enables energy saving devices.

Bluetooth 4.0 itself has been officially announced in April. But this time the GIS to add new capabilities to the device battery technology issues. According to SIG, Bluetooth 4.0 enables the device to operate only with a coin battery and can last up to years and years.

"Details regarding these specifications can be downloaded from the official website of GIS. But GIS also post additional details on low-power Bluetooth technology to the Web," wrote the official description of GIS, as quoted by Yahoo News, Wednesday (07/07/2010).

GIS illustrates how the addition of low power using very short data packet (at least eight octets to the maximum 27 octets) are transferred to one megabit per second, using a technology that can maximize their time without using new batteries.

This specification also places a greater burden on small pieces of logic controller rather than the entire host device, to determine when the entire system should be built.

In addition, the increase in modulation index has actually increased the effective range of 30 feet or more, up to 200 meters. Specifications low power 24-bit impose redundancy check (CRC) on all packages, designed to analyze the data corrupted. AES-128 encryption is also used.

SIG has said previously that it expects the first 4.0 Bluetooth devices will appear at the end of the year or in early 2011. (Srn)

Source: OkeZone.com

Pirate Bay 'Warehouse Pirated Software' hijacked Hacker


Helsinki - the Pirate Bay site which is known as 'warehouses of pirated' hit the stone. This time not because of a massive raid by Swedish police, but the site is broken into by hackers group of Argentine origin.

Argentine origin hacker group claimed to have been breaking into the Pirate Bay database using SQL injection techniques that utilize a number of holes in the system of those sites. hackers get a user name, password and email addresses and IP user.

Softpedia, Thursday (07/08/2010) launched, these hackers who call themselves Ch Russo comes from Buenos Aires, Argentina. According to him, the Pirate Bay vulnerabilities found in groups of hackers in which he heads.

These groups have not yet been contacted by the Pirate Bay since the burglary. Russo said that until now has not fully repair the Pirate bay vulnerabilities that exist.

Russo said, she could change and modify the data owner of the account with the same technique.

"We did not intend to sell these accounts, their information is still safe until now," said Russo.

Pirate Bay continues to be the spotlight since its emergence. The last case in May 2010. At that time, CyberBunker, IP transit service providers to shut down the court ordered access to the Pirate Bay. (Srn)

Source: OkeZone.com

Mystery Man Horse on Google Street View

 Human horse Google Street View camera caught in Scotland (Google Street View)

VIVAnews - This is something that was warmly discussed by the community of Aberdeen in Scotland: the emergence of the figure of 'human horses'.

'Human horses' did not bother people because he does not bother humans. Only human beings 'heads' this horse appears on the camera shots cars Google Street View, which was passing a street in Aberdeen.

When the image perpetuated by the roadside Hardgate, Aberdeen, the man was staring at the horse car that was Google's Street View panoramic tour taking photos at that location.

Besides the horse-headed, he was wearing a purple long-sleeve shirt, black jeans, and reportedly also 'have' tails. According to Channel4.com, news of the horse the more widespread human presence when Twitter user named Russell Moffat, telling about 460 horses followernya about the emergence of humans in Google Street View.

Since then, the story of human horses were covered by various international media. However, until now there has been no acknowledgment from anyone about who the real man, who was behind the mask of the horse.

However, some readers of the BBC website that send many emails and provide information to the BBC that they also had the chance to meet with the human horses.
One of them, Stefan Kleen from Germany, who said that he and his wife also met human horses at a festival in Germany. last week. "He (the horse's head) only speak English, so we we did not talk much," said Kleen told the BBC.

Men named John Ainsworth also feel confident that it is a human horse she met at the Norwich area earlier this year, when walking in the park Wensum Park. "I guess I was just hallucinating when first seen. However, I later realized that it is a reality," said Ainsworth.

However, other readers of the BBC was not so impressed with this news. Gareth Remblance say that the human horses only people who want to draw attention to it. "Horse Boy is not just a private person. But he is a cheap mask. I have seen examples of such masks on the Download Festival at Donington," he said.

This bizarre incident was not the first for Google Street View. Previously, in February, Google Street View images in Norway could take pictures of two men dressed in full scuba diving with glasses (snorkle) and fin shoes, middle Street View car chase, brandishing spear fishing.

Google Street itself is a feature in Google Maps and Google Earth that provides panoramic photographs captured by the Street View car in a lot of highways around the world.

Street View own existence could invite controversy recently. Later revealed that the vehicle not only to capture Street View images, but also record the flow of Internet data is transmitted via an open WiFi network, the Street View car passed it.

Oscar 'The Black', the first bionic cat

 Oscar, the first bionic cat (Wired.com)

VIVAnews - Oscar lying helplessly weak. His jet black, bathed in a gush of fresh blood.

The bottom two hind legs, corn cutters tertebas by a passing vehicle.

But that was before, about nine months ago. Now Oscar, the black cat, can re-run. well get a new title: world's first bionic cat.

As quoted from the BBC, through a four-hour surgery, veterinary surgeon, Noel Fitzpatrick managed to install the prosthetic foot to a three-year-old British kitten that.

At the foot of the remaining Oscar, Dr. Fitzpatrick punch a hole with a drill so that it can be installed a metal implant that serves to replace a broken lower leg.

In metals, it is hoped will grow Oscar meat and cover the implant. Then, later in the trunk of the implant, will also be connected to an artificial paw that will give a natural touch to the Oscars.

This operation is something revolutionary and could provide a procedure that may be applicable in humans.

At least, with legs bioniknya, Oscar can return to normal activities such as: walking, running, even jumping.

"Oscar has capitalized on his new foot better. Now he is doing the things done by any other normal cat. It's very, very phenomenal," said Mike Nolan, owner of Oscar, told abcnews. (Umi)

Students Successfully Create Spiderman Gadgets

 'Spiderboy' in action at the school wall

VIVAnews - crush on Spiderman comic book character turned out to make a junior high school age children managed to make a gadget to crawl on the walls, like a spider.

Kono Hibiki, a boy 13 years old, who was a student at King's College School in Cambridge, England. Since childhood she dreamed to be able to act like his idol character Spiderman. Now Kono succeeded in realizing his desire that with the help of an instrument which he designs himself.

This smart kid makes the tool armed with two machine vacuum cleaner Tesco Value 1.4 kW electrical power, which is on the market just sold for USD 23.

Machine working vacuum sucking the air in the region bearing a hook that will sustain the body Kono climb walls.

The tool designs for five months for taking a technology subjects at school. According to the teacher's lessons, Angus Gent, she initially hesitated when Kono expressed his intention to make this gadget a wall climber.

However, Kono finally managed to prove it. "He designed it all alone. This is very impressive for a kid his age. I am very proud of him," said Ghent, The Sun quoted from the site.

With these tools, Kono to climb the walls in sekolahannya and got a new nickname: 'Spider-Boy'. "When I was little I liked to wear Spiderman, and like all his films. Now I am glad to be climbing the walls like Spiderman," Kono said.

Although allowed to crawl the walls of his school, Kono requested not to climb too high. In fact, by his parents even Kono was banned for testing the equipment to climb the walls of his house.

"My mom says this is a brilliant idea. But she forbade me from using this tool in my room. My mother worried that I will make the house so the ceiling collapsed."

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Pet Society: Wig Dye + Coins cheat by DANIXXA

Sorry for lack of updates but you know it’s world cup & personally been busy watching games & playing frontierville but soon we’ll be back on track and will get you the latest in pet society
I leave you with this cheat via Danixxa.
but before that I’d like to maxiduccolli, if you remember guys he was the 1st guy to introduce shop maker and because of him the cheats rush happened & he opened all the eyes for all cheats using fiddler.
he retired (that what I’ve heard) but really today I was thinking of him & decided to say thank you Maxi.


  • Download this file and extract it
  • Open Fiddler
  • Go to AutoReponder tab
  • Tick both Enable automatic responses & Permit passthrough for unmatched requests
  • then click Add.
  • Then under under URI Matches, you will see StringToMatch[1] or might be any number
  • Now under Rule Editor where is StringToMatch[1] delete and paste Regex:(?insx)^.*/shopMystery.*\.dat$
  • then in the other box “Find a file” browse to where you have saved (extracted) shopmystery,dat
  • save
  • do the same for database using this rule REGEX:(?insx).*database\.dat$
  • Save and load the game
  • Go to Mystery shop and you will see all the Wig dyes. Even you can use the Petling biscuits to dye your wig.
    for pink throne Go to mystery shop –> glow in the dark tab, you can buy each for 150 and sell it for 999
credits: DANIXXA

Source: Pet Society News

Mafia Wars: Mafia Bot for Mafia Wars

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• Collects From Your Mafia
          • Items
          • Loot
          • Bonuses and more!

• Auto Collects Properties
          • New York
          • Cuba
          • Moscow
          • Bangkok

    • Handles All of Your Gifting
          • Sends
          • Accepts
          • Replies
          • and Requests Gifts Hourly!

   • Submits To Daily Chance

   • Auto Deposits Your Cash

I think the Mafia Bot allows us to take the goods to be distributed on the wall. It also makes us relax for a moment. This program does not work for automated work but to crawl friends. Mafia Bots easy to use and a free did not like that provided at sites that are not clear or lying.

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